Students Wanted for More Than 165 Summer City Jobs

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The City of Kingston summer student program is looking to fill over 165 positions, in support of the Youth Employment Strategy that aims to reduce youth unemployment and create a workforce that can fill expected labour force shortages.

Full-time secondary or post-secondary students who are returning to full-time study in September 2018 are eligible to apply. The deadline for applications is Sunday, March 12.


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“The City of Kingston is a great place for high-school and post-secondary students to build their careers,” said Dave Mignault, manager, organization development, in a release. “We offer opportunities that can give you experience in your chosen field and look fantastic on your resume.”

Eligible students can create an online profile and attach a resume along with supporting details and documents at CityofKingston.ca/Careers. Once created, they can apply to any position with the click of a mouse.

The City states that all provided information will be kept confidential and will not be shared. It thanks everyone who applies and says only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.


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